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y Mrs. Elsie Kubn Brown, of Honolulu,
rwho has been the house guest of Mrs. ■
William A. Hayes, 1504 North Rural
(kkreet, will depart today. She will go
to Chicago from her and from there to
Yellowstone park, Seattle, and San
Francisco. She will sail for home about
the first of September.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Arnold, 2328 Ash
land avenue, announce the wedding of
their daughter Marion, and Arthur
Phelps, which took place Monday night.
Rev. Thomas Grafton of the Third
Christian church read the service.
The bride wore a dark blue tricotine
suit and chic hat to match, with a cor
sage of roses in the pastel colors.
Among the out-of-town guests were
James C. Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. John
Gilker of Columbus, Mrs. Margaret Hel
ium of Middletown, O.; Mr. and Mrs.
B. M. Rash of Fortville, Mrs. C. E. El
liott of Sheridan and Miss Ruby Wil
moth of Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Phelps will be at home
at 2328 Ashland avenue after July 15.
• •
The Friday afternoon reading circle
< vJUI hold an outdoor luncheon Friday
oft the Mutual Service association
grounds. Mrs. J. W. Chryst and Mrs.
J. B. Browder are the committee in
charge of arrangements.
Joseph F. Gregoire, 3202 Talbott ave
nue, has gone to Atlantic City, where he
will attend a medical convention and the
Rotary club convention.
* •
{Wgma Alpha lota sorority girls will
give a dance tonight at the College hall
in honor of their senior girls and mem
bers of the faculty. Miss Beatrice Luse
Is president of the local chapter.
* • *
The marriage of Miss Lena Clark and
Hector Blondin will take place tonight
at the home of the bride’s sister. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Callahan. 1606 Brookside avenue.
Mrs. J. E. Callahan will be matron of
honor and Miss Isabelle Pickhardt, maid
of honor. Albert Blondin, cousin of the
groom, will act as best man.
• • •
The engagement is announced of Miss
Marcile Mary Reiber, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Reiber of Chicago to Francis
F. Manning, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F.
Manning of this city. The wedding will
take place in August.
* • *
Last night marked the first appearance
of the Metropolitan school trio, com
posed of Earl Jones, cellist; Ella
Bchroeder. violinist, and Cecil Lancaster,
pianist. They gave a group of numbers
on the graduation recital program of
Mr. Lancaster, who completed his piano
course at the school this week.
• • •
An attractive home wedding of yes
terday was that of Miss Bernice Tif
fany, daughter of Mrs. Carolyn Tiffany.
4168 Broadway, and Albert Emrieb of
Emrichsville, Ind., which took place at
the new home of the bride and groom,
3724 Graceland avenue, at 8:30 o’clock
last night.
Shasta daisies combined with white
roses were used in the decorations, carry
ing out the color scheme of gold and
1 The service was read under a lattice
covered with greenery studded with
daisies and roses, banked by French bas
kets of the yellow and white blossoms.
Mrs. Albert Brown Bang ”Oh, Promise
Me,” preceding the ceremony.
Mrs. Jess Miller, pianist, played the
Lohengrin “Wedding March” for the pro
eessslonal.
Miss Margaret Gilliland of Louisville,
maid of honor, wore blue organdie with
which she carried a nosegay of pink
roses.
The bride's frock was of ivory taffeta
with an ovedrape of lace.
She carried a shower bouquet of bride
roses.
Master Marshall Brown, In a white
satin suit, carried the ring in a lily.
Harry Schwab acted as best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernrich will be at home,
after a short wedding trip, at 3724 Grace
land avenue.
• • •
A bride of yesterday who will go east
for residence was Miss Evangeline O'Con-
Miss Nilsson’s
Beauty Secrets
Anna Q. Nilsson, the wonderful mo
tion picture actress, who Is writing a
series of articles on beauty secrets, soon
to appear in this paper, says that a
beautiful rosy-white skin and complex
ion is the very best asset any girl or
woman can have. She further states that
the best and quickest way to obtain this
Is to use a simple toilet preparation, fa
miliar to every well known actress. It
is called derwillo and can be obtained at
the toilet counter of any up-to-date drug
of department store. This wonderful
derwillo is used by over five hundred
thousand discriminating girls and
women throughout the country and Is
rapidly becoming a regular fad. It takes
the place of face powder, stays on better
and its use cannot be detected. Per
spiration does not affect it and it will
not rub off on clothing. Derwillo is
especially recommended for dark, sal
low, rough skin, freckles, tan. wrinkles
and many other facial blemishes. Be
ruse to read Miss Nilsson’s next article.
In the meantime get derwillo and try it
; today, you are sure to be delighted.—Ad
vertisement.
DIDN’T KNOW
’TWAS SO GOOD
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’Texas Lady Storekeeper, Who Car
ries Black-Draught in Stock Has
Found It “Best Liver Medi
cine” Obtainable.
Baiter, Texas. —Relating ter ex-
"with Thedford’s Black-
Draught, Mrs. A. L. Fromme, of this
place, says: "I had for soma time
used ... and other liver medi
cines, which would nauseate and
make me feel bad. We have a store,
and our customers called for Black-
Draught so often I decided ft must
|be good, so thought I would try It
myself.
“I began Its use and found ft just
£tted my case. It neither griped nor
jnauaeated me, was an easy laxative
ftnri not hard to take.
“I had had headaches a great deal,
too doubt from torpid liver. The
Black-Draught would cure them. The
best way I find to take Black-Draught
Is to take one or two good sized doses
the liver begins to act, then
ptper the doses to ju3t a pinch after
meals.
“It will insure good digestion, do
jaway with the gas or bad taste in the
mouth, and is without doubt the best
liver medicine in the market. I have
found it so. I can recommend it to
my friends, for 1 believe it will do
them good.”
Get a package of Th&dford’s Elack-
Praught liver medicine today.
Most dealers carry It in stock.—
Advertisement.
Cleveland ‘Cop’
Stages Bull Fight
CLEVELAND, June 16.—Patrolman
Kujawski played matador here and
soaked a bull calf a resounding wal
lop on the head and led it off by a
horn when' the animal escaped and
tried to spear pedestrians.
nor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
O’Connor, 3563 Central avenue, whose
marriage to Ferris Carson Myers of
Bucyrus, 0., was solemnized last night
at the home of the bride’s parents.
Pink rambler roses, blue larkspur and
yellow lillies were used throughout the
parlors to carry out the bridal colors.
Bishop Joseph M. Chartrand read the
service before an altar banked with
palms, ferns and tall blue cathedral
candles in gold candelabras.
A program of bridal numbers was
played by a violinist and harpist pre
ceding the ceremony.
Miss Edith Galleubeck of Cincinnati
was maid of honor. Miss Lucile Myers
of Bucyrus, and Miss Ruth Springgate
were bridesmaids. They wore taffeta
frocks in gold, pink and blue with which
they carried feather fans, the gifts of the
bride.
The bride wore white taffeta com
bined with lace with which she wore a
veil arranged coronet style with a band
of pearls.
Her bouquet was of sweetheart roses
and sweet peas.
Robert Carrol, of Bucyrus, was best
man, and Joseph Neff and Alfonsua'Fox,
also of Bucyrus, acted as ushers.
Little Walter Smith was ringbearer.
Mr. and Mrs. Myers have gone/ou an
eastern trip and will be at home after
July 1 in the Leavenworth apartments,
Syracuse, New York.
Artists to Appear
in Musical Recital
Wilmot Goodw.n, baritone, and Rudoif
Kafka, violinist, will be presented iu re
cital tonight at Hollenbeck hall under
the anspices of the Central Woman’s
Christian Temperance Union.
Miss Nellie Bowman, pianist, will as
sist on the program, which Mill Include
the following numbers.
“Love That’s True” Handel
“O, Thou My Beauteous Evening
Star” Wagner
“The Drum Major" Thomas
Wilmot Goodwin.
Concerto In A Minor Vivaldi
Allegro. Largo. Fresto.
Rudolf Kafka.
Scherzo In C Sharp Minor Chopla
Nellie Bowman,
i Aria, selected.
Wilmot Goodwin.
“Canzonetta" D'Ambrnsio
“Caprice Xapolitain” K:if*a
| “Bohemian Dar.ee” Kafka
’•’Scene de la Csarda" llubay-Kafk.i
Rudolf Kafka.
i “The Pretty Creature" Storace
! “Night and the Curtains Drawn"
Ferrata
“Come Buy” Ruzzl-Pecua
Wilmot Goodwin.
“Arabesques on the Blue Danube
Waltz” Schuli-Evler
Nellie Bowman.
“Hard Trials" ' Burleich
j “My Love’s an Arbutus” Old Irish
i “Kitty O'Toole" Protheroe
1 "Friend O’ Mine”' Sanderson
Wilmot Goodwin.
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GOUX ‘COPS’ PRIZE
IN CUPIP’S DERBY
Wins Indianapolis Girl After
Three-Day Courtship.
MISS RUTH EDITH DAVIS.
J! EES GOUX.
Jules Goux has made another speed
record!
After a three-day courtship of Miss
Ruth Edith Davis, daughter of Mr. and
Mru. Charles Davis. 2329 Northwestern
avenue, whom he met at a dinner given
by Howard Shank at the Claypool hotel
about three months ugo, the French
racer gained her promise to marry him.
The wedding will take place tomor
row at the Alliance KraneaUe rooms In
the Waveriy building.
Rev. James D. Stanley, rector of
Christ church, will read the service.
Miss Davis has been employed in the
office of the engineering department of
the Indiana Bell Telephone Company.
She is a graduate of Hbortridge High
school class of 1916.
M. Goux is a native of Valentigny,
France.
At present he is general sales man-
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1920.
ager of the Peugeot Company, with
headquarters In Paris.
The honeymoon will be passed at Ni
agara Falls, after which the couple will
sail for France, where they will be at
home to their f.iends In Paris.
The guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Davis, I’rof. Claude Mlchelon oi
the Paris School of French, who w!/
represent the Goux family; Capt. Kiefer
Mayor, Louis Gremillion, chief en
gineer of the Peugeot Company; Peirre
Weiss, French automotive engineer;
Andre Boillot, Howard Shank, Ho war a
Wilcox, Theodore Meyer, Miss Celine
Popp, secretary of the Paris School of
French; Miss Adele Leon and Miss Mar
garet Gilmore.
A supper will be served at the Clay
pool for the party.
Goux expects to return next year for
the speedway sweepstakes.
He was the winner of the 500-rcile
race in 1913, iau fourth in 1914 and
third in 1919.
Names Ticket for
Indiana Architects
A committee composed of Merritt Har
rison, Donald Graham and Robert F.
Daggett has nominated the following
ticket for election of thp Indiana So
ciety of Architects, which will be held
In this city June 2<i:
For president, H. M. Griffin, Conners
ville; for first vice president, A. J. Cap
elle, Evansville; for second vicp president,
Guy M. Mahnrln, Ft. Wayne; for sec
retary. Merritt Harrison, Indianapolis;
for treasurer, George Bass, Indianapolis.
For membership on board of directors:
TV. C. McGuire, Indianapolis; A. F. Wicks,
Gary; .T. W. Gaddis, Vincennes; Don
Graham, Indianapolis; J. Elder Black
ledge, Indianapolis; L. A. Turnock, Elk
hart.
For board of arbitration: Herman
SAY “DIAMOND DYES”
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[ Don't streak or ruin your material In
* poor dye. Insist on “Diamond Dyes.”
Easy directions in every package.
GIRLS! LEMONS
BLEACH; WHITEN
Make Lemon Lotion to Double
Beauty of Your Skin
Sqaceze tbo Juice of two lemons int
t bottle containing three ounces of
Orchard White which can b* hsd nt an.
t mg store, shake well sud you tare
quarter pint of harmless and deligUtfn
lemon bleach for few cents
Massage this sweetly fragrant lot'.o-
Into the face, uek, arms and hands earl,
day. then short’*/ note the beauty of
your akin.
Famous stage beauties use lemon juice
to bleach and bring that soft, clear
fosy-whlte complexion. Lemons have
always been used as a freckle, sunburn
and tan remover. Make tbls up an-.l t.y
I;.—Advertisement.
Bakers , ‘Kneading
Dough ’ Lift Prices
ST. CATHERINES, Ontario, June
16.—The bakers of this city aro a
superstitious lot.
They didn’t like charging 13 cents
for a small loaf of bread so they
raised it to 14.
They kneaded the dough.
Scherrer, H. L. Bass and Robert F.
Daggett of Indianapolis; C. E. Scott,
Terre Haute; L. L. Johnson, Attica, and
G. W\ Gaddis, Vincennes.
It Is expected that another ticket will
be in the field within a few days.
ENGAGED 13 YEARS; SHE SUES
LONDON, June 16.—J. B. Melville
met Katherine Edghiton in 1899, courted
her until 1907; they have been engaged
to be married ever since, and now, after
thirteen years’ engagement, she's suing
him for breach of promise.
IM-ffloumnwG to
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Dresses!
Both silk and serge
dresses, some with flow
ra ered Georgette tops, and
H plaited skirts and tie sash; H
X Eton effects, with white Hi
Q lace vest, accordion pleated nH;
g skirt; all shades in silk; Egg
$ .erges in navy and tan only. |S|
■ Regular $32.50 value — gw
10PEN A
CHARGE
| ACCOUNT
LS Ayres &Cos
Open at
8:30
Handy Handkerchief Sale
If you want to know how “handy” a handkerchief is this stifling weather, take a
new, crisp one, give it a dash of perfume, and place it in some pocket proximating
your nose where you can enjoy its refreshing fragrance all during the day. But you
need a stock of other ones for use—who wants to see a damp wad?
A special bargain is discovered in dainty initial handkerchiefs for women. They
are all linen, some have but slight imperfections, others are perfect. A full size
’kerchief shows the block letters; a few have the block letters with the circle. 12 y 2 p
each.
In all white or white embroidered in colors are unusual values for this hot weather
use. each.
Men’s handkerchiefs witli the initials are of a broken assortment, and consequently
of unusual value. Full size and priced at 25£. _Ayres—Street floor.
Rose
Bushes and
Plants
Last Week to buy
Shrubbery
Roses at 25c Each or 5
for SI.OO
Red Radiance
American Beauty
Marshall P. Wilder
White Cochet
Climbing American Beauty
British Queen
Snowflake
Perle D'Or
Christine Wright
Mad Masson
Lady Hillingdon
Pink Moss
Marie Guillot
Ulrich Brunner
Alexander Hill Gray
Baby Rambler
Dorothy Perkins
Silver Moon
Shrubs at 25c Each or 5
for SI.OO
Spirea Van Houttei
Althea Bush—white
Calycantbus
Deutzia White
Althea Bush—red
Spirea Ant. Waterer
Vines, 10c
Honeysuckle Hall's Japan
Ferns
Boston, 29**, or 4 for 91.00.
Asparagus Plumosus, 20<, or
4 for 75C.
Miscellaneous, 10c
Helianthus
Aquilegia
Mallow Marvel
Chrysanthemums— pink
Growing Cannas
David Harum
Chas. Henderson
King Humbert s
—Ayres—Sixth floor.
For a Clean Sweep
The Hoover
The Electric Suction Sweeper
that removes all dirt of all kinds,
as it cleans, and beats and
sweeps. The Hoover lifts the
rug and beats out the dirt and
grime and clears it out. Hoover
makes rugs live longer and look
better.
—Ayres—Street floor.
groceries
Through the Turnstile ”
For ICED TEA we recom
mend Orange Pekoe Bata
'fa; quarter pound, 30<>-
half pound, 60?.
Llpton’s yellow label, quar-
P° und , 32?; half pound,
44^.
GRAPE JUICE, Armour's,
\V elch s and Royal Purple •
quarte, 69?; pints,
FRANKFURTS, Swift’s
Premium, extra fine, pound
25?.
BREAKFAST BACON, sugar
cured, machine sliced, pound,
43<! and 46?.
SUGAR, 25-pound bags, pure
cane, $7.50.
BOILED HAM, Swift’s Pre
mium brand, square pressed for
sandwiches, machine sliced, one
half pound, 35?.
APPLE BUTTER, Libby’s per
fectly spiced two-pound cans,
37?, pound cans 22 ?.
BUNSHINE OAKES and
Crackers. Box, 9?, 15?, 19?.
PRUNES, Santa Clara, fruit
nice size, pound 20?.
BONELESS ROLLED SHOUL
DERS, Miller and Hart cure. S
to 5-pound average, pound 39?.
—Ayres—Basemen t.
Baby’s Own
Bed
For, of course, baby
should have a bed of its
own, and these are easily
moved about and may be
placed by the side of
mother’s bed always
within reach.
Bed, Complete With
Mattress, $7.50
Pretty and attractively built of
wood, finished in white enamel.
At C 1 on are baby beds
of wood and willow which may be
folded up when not in use.
Better Baby Beds,
$28.50 and $30.50
With mattress and screens.
These are ideal, as the screen pro
tects baby from flies and insects.
Kiddie Koops, $22 and $25
We may say frankly that after
these are sold the price will be
higher on account cf our having to
pay more for them than at present-
At $1.75 are rubber sheets to
protect the mattress.
Mattress pads, 17x18 inches, 45<J.
Mattress pads, 18x34 inches, 95£.
Sheets, plain hemmed, at $1.15.
Hemstitched or scalloped, sl-50.
Pillowcases of lawn at 4Stf.
Maderia hand embroidered,
$1.98
Pretty bedspreads at $2.00,
$2.45, 83.25 and 84.50.
At 83.25 are double cotton blan
kets, pink or blue plaids.
At 84.50 and 86*75 are double
wool blankets.
Tlie Trained Nurse
Always at your service to
help you and suggest the proper
things for baby's needs.
She will be glad to assist you
in any way you may desire. No
obligation whatever. Simply a
part of our store service.
—Ayres—lnfants’ Outfitting
Shop, fifth floor.
Frigid Fur Storage
Call Main 5200 and we will call for your furs, insure
them, clean and repair them, if you wish, and store them,
until falL —Ayres—Seventh floor.
Appoint Your Meals
Invitingly With
A Sanitas Luncheon Set
As to practicality, Sanitas really can not be surpassed; it
saves your table linen in fresh-fruit time, there is no washing,
no laundry bill, no wear nor tear. And, as to attractiveness,
Sanitas is the most delightful “linen” for summer table wear.
It is finished with prepared paint and, therefore, washable with
reasonable care. The colorful decorations are oiled in to
endure.
Thirteen-piece sets at $1.50, $1.59 and $1.89 the set.
Five-piece luncheon sets at $1.50, $1.89 and $1.95 the set.
Bib sets, consisting of bib and tray piece, for baby’s meals, are priced
at 55? and 75? the set.
Shelving for pantry shelves Is 27? the yard.
Card covers are priced at $1.50 to $1.89 each.
Square lunch cloths. 35-inch dimensions, are $1.75 and $1.95*
Round table covers, 48-Inch diameter; at $2.75 and $3.00.
Round table covers. 54-Inch diameter, at $3.00, $3.39 and $4.25.
Square table covers, 54-inch dimensfon, at $3.39.
Square table covers, 48-inch diameter, at $2.85.
—Ayres—Second floor.
Close at
5:30
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